The Ty warner Penthouse.

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57 STREET, NEW YORK, USA.

Ty Warner Penthouse, Four Seasons hotel.

Considered by Four Seasons Hotel New York as more of a multi layered work of art rather than an opulent suite for the rich and famous, the Ty Warner Penthouse is the sort of masterpiece you’d expect to come about from multiple award winning architect I.M Pei and Peter Marino teaming-up to chisel out a lavish 4,300 sq.ft area perched some 700 feet above Manhattan into a luxury heaven embellished with everything from hand picked works of international artists, diamond skylights and custom-designed furniture.

Reported by the Wall Street Journal to be one of the most expensive in New York City, the suite comes with a 600 sq.ft master bedroom, a personal library, an extravagant bathroom overlooking the city’s skyline as well as a grand piano. Perks that comes with checking in include an invisible audio system, ultramodern lighting system and a private elevator. Not to mention, a chauffeur driven Royal Royce phantom, a personal butler available 24 hours, unlimited champagne and caviar.

The Penthouse took nearly seven years to built with a construction cost equaling $50 million and has been welcoming guests since 2007.

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